Prism-Methodology and Process-Oriented Environment

  title={Prism-Methodology and Process-Oriented Environment},
  author={Nazim H. Madhavji and Wilhelm Sch{\"a}fer},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
Prism is an experimental process-oriented environment supporting methodical development, instantiation, and execution of software processes. This paper describes the Prism model of engineering processes and an architecture which captures this model in its various components. The architecture has been designed to hold a product software process description, the life-cycle of which is supported by an explicit representation of a higher level (or meta) process description. The central part of this… CONTINUE READING
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